[Announce] LinuxChix miniconf @ linux.conf.au 2008: talks and schedule available

Mary Gardiner mary at puzzling.org
Thu Nov 1 23:47:51 UTC 2007

The LinuxChix miniconf, a day of talks by and for women interested in
Linux and Free Software, has announced our chosen presentations and our

Schedule and Location

 The miniconf will be held on Tuesday January 29 2008 at the University
 of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, as part of the annual Australiasian
 linux.conf.au conference, and will feature talks by eleven women on
 topics ranging from programming techniques to community management.

 See http://conf.au.linuxchix.org/ for more about the miniconf
 http://conf.au.linuxchix.org/schedule/ for full details of the


 In order to come to the miniconf, you must be registered to attend
 linux.conf.au 2008. Early bird registration (20% off) closes on the
 17th of November 2007 or when early bird places run out, whichever
 happens first. After that, you will need to pay the full registration
 Register at http://linux.conf.au/register

About LinuxChix

 LinuxChix (http://www.linuxchix.org) is a community for women who like
 Linux and Free Software, and for women and men who want to support
 women in computing. The membership ranges from novices to experienced
 users, and includes professional and amateur programmers, system
 administrators and technical writers.

 The miniconf is organised by the Australian LinuxChix chapter,
 AussieChix (http://au.linuxchix.org/)

About linux.conf.au

 linux.conf.au (http://linux.conf.au/) is Australia's annual technical
 conference on Free Software. Fun, informal and seriously technical,
 linux.conf.au draws together Free and Open Source Software developers
 from across the world. It will be held from January 28th to February
 2nd, 2008 at The University of Melbourne.

About Linux Australia

 Linux Australia (http://www.linux.org.au/) is the peak body for Linux
 User Groups (LUGs) around Australia, and as such represents
 approximately 5000 Australian Linux users and developers. Linux
 Australia facilitates the organisation of this international Free
 Software conference in a different Australasian city each year.

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